It wasn't Christopher Columbus, but actually Leif Erikson that reached North America first. He was also the first Catholic to do so, too.
Hesburgh offers a unique glimpse at more than fifty years of American history as seen through the eyes of the long-time president of the University of Notre Dame and America's most well-known priest.
A nation in the midst of the Great War, the people of the United States turned to prayer for victory, erecting an Angelus Prayer Siren in Washington, D.C.
Every Catholic is familiar with the Eight Beatitudes from the Sermon on the Mount, but did you know there are seven beatitudes in the Book of Revelation?
Beheaded under the persecution of Catholics by Roman emperor Decius, Saint Denis picked up his own head and preached a sermon on repentance.
A title typically seen for the heads of the Eastern Catholic Churches, did you know there are patriarchs in the Western Church other than the Pope?
Western Theater owes it's rebirth to the rebirth of Christ: the first recorded theatrical ritual of the early Medieval age is an Easter Feast celebration.
The first verified victim of the September 11 attacks was Father Mychal Judge, chaplain to the New York City Fire Department.
Hidden in Ireland's Donegal forest, the Emmery Celtic Cross can only be seen from the air when the leaves change every Autumn.
Jesus is not only the Lord of lords, but the King of kings: in 2016, their government officially recognized that, making Christ the King of Poland.